There are a few ways to tell the difference. The dwarf frogs never grow more than 1.5 inches in length, if the frog is albino it is 99% a clawed frog, the clawed frogs front hands are larger and aren't as webbed as the dwarf's they also will usually have claws, hence the name.Maybe I had an African clawed frog... Mine liked to eat goldfish for meals after he ate my Betta. And he was a good sized frog. I used to feed him one feeder goldfish a week, and he lived for years on that diet. He didn't like the tubifex worms that I'd give him. He wanted live food.
Those Grow-A-Frog things are sold by the National Geographic site. I was going to get one, because I thought it'd be cool to watch a frog grow from a tadpole into a frog, but it's good to know what kind of frog those are. I won't get one unless I'm going to set up an entirely new tank for that specific frog and nothing else. Thanks for that information!Slightly related, I actually inadvertently just did a bunch of research on ACFs and ADFs today. I was talking to someone yesterday about having had one of those Grow-A-Frog kits when I was little, and I was mad because I tried it 3 different times, and the tadpole died each time. It got me wondering what species they sold in those things. After thinking about it, I thought it was probably ADFs. Turns out, the kits are still on the market, and the frogs are ACFs. (The seller names the genus in one spot on their website, but never the species. I had to check a couple other sites to find out for sure.) That fact really surprised me.
Good to know. So, don't mix a Grow-A-Frog with anything else you want to keep alive.
I think its a good idea and hence the color and how it sits in one place till it moves quickly im sure there wont be any harm done.
These make no sense in the context of this thread????HumanArtRebel1020 said:easy to feed too with pellets
Oops sorry Russell. I meant to say I think its a good idea, and that you may be able to keep both ADF and a Betta since to color of the frogs are mute and camouflaged and move very quickly, no harm may be done to them by the betta. Not only that but they also can eat pellets which makes them easier to feed. This is my response to the original post.These make no sense in the context of this thread????